ESET researchers warn of the underestimated threat of fake banking apps, a type of mobile banking malware that impersonates legitimate finance applications to steal credentials for, or money from, its victims’ bank accounts.
International demand for multifunctional malware that are flexible enough to perform almost any task are on the rise, according to the latest research by Kaspersky Lab.
The number of IP-enabled IoT devices has increased dramatically in the last several years and according to Gartner, it is predicted …
With the major developers of banking malware laying low, a new crook on the block has emerged gunning to be top dog in the market.
An increasing number of Android phones are infected with mobile malware programs that are able to turn the handsets into spying devices.
Symantec has discovered a bizarre ransom Trojan that eschews the usual demand for payment in favour of asking its victims to fill in an online survey to get an unlock code.
A security flaw could affect 99 percent of Android devices, a researcher claims, but the reality is that most Android users have very little to worry about.
South Korea has come under attack from a vicious new disk-wiping Trojan that is almost certainly part of a long-term campaign against organisations in the country, Symantec has said.
With the previously $40,000 Carberp Trojan’s source code now freely available, experts expect exceptionally destructive variants of the malware to flow onto the Internet.
The creation of Android malware is now mature enough for there to be development cycles that mimic those of the legitimate software world, a report from Juniper Networks has concluded.